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January 5, 2021, 06.08 AM

Indonesian Public Upbeat About 2021

A survey conducted by Kompas revealed that a majority of Indonesians are ready to start anew in 2021, following a tough past year dominated by the Covid-19 pandemic and its fallout.

“85.5 percent of respondents are confident that Indonesia can bounce back in 2021. 78.9 percent of them are confident that Indonesia’s social, economic and political conditions will improve next year,” said Kompas of the survey. The pandemic still loomed large in the participants’ mind.

But they noted that a curative approach to overcome the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic is still needed, as “31.2 percent of participants believe that the central and local government can improve health services.”

Kompas conducted the survey between December 21 to 23 2020. 519 respondents from all walks of life participated in the questionnaire, which was conducted in Indonesia’s 34 provinces. The survey has a 95 percent accuracy rate with 4.30 percent margin of error.

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